Vintage Baseball Artifacts and Photos Now Available to Purchase
Heralding the official opening of the major league baseball season on March 28th, the earliest opening day in history, the NYC Department of Records & Information Services announces the sale of unique baseball artifacts and historical photographs from the Municipal Archives collection. Highlights include reproductions of original architectural drawings of Brooklyn’s Ebbets Field, and photographs of bygone champions such as Joe DiMaggio and Babe Ruth.
Ebbets Field had been the home of the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team until their abrupt departure to Los Angeles in 1957. Now the site of a housing development, the storied stadium lives on in the memories of its fans. Quality 16” x 20” digital prints of architectural drawings of the stadium on high-quality paper are remarkable mementos of the period. The price is $120.00, plus S&H. The sale also includes 8” x 10” digital prints of historical photographs at a cost of $45.00, plus S&H.
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Vintage New York City Bonds Now Available to Purchase
A limited number of original redeemed vintage bonds and stock certificates dating from the 1920s to the 1980s are being offered for sale by the NYC Department of Records and Information Services. Beautifully illustrated and signed by Mayors such as James Walker, Fiorello La Guardia, John Lindsay, and Abraham Beame, they are desirable for both their historical significance and as unique artifacts. They had been originally issued by the City to fund school construction, transit projects, improvements to the water supply, and other municipal purposes.
Bonds range in size from 8 ¾” x 12 ¼” to 17” x 20” and are priced between $120.00 and $250.00
To place an order:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and contact information and list and number of items you are interested in purchasing; or
Visit us at 31 Chambers Street, Suite 103, NYC 10007
Bonds can be mailed or picked up in person during normal business hours.